Sam Curran, Faf du Plessis fined for Code of Conduct breaches

Sam Curran, Faf du Plessis fined for Code of Conduct breaches. Uganda will be eager to make their impact on the global scene after qualifying for the World Cup for the first time last year. With Abhay Sharma at the lead, they hope to demonstrate their abilities and compete hard against the world’s greatest teams.

Royal Challengers Bengaluru captain Faf du Plessis and Punjab Kings stand-in captain Sam Curran have been fined for violating the IPL Code of Conduct. Du Plessis has been fined INR 12 lakh for violating the IPL Code of Conduct by committing an over-rate offense during a match against the Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens.

Du Plessis’ fine marks Royal Challengers Bengaluru’s first over-rate offence of the season. Curran, on the other hand, was fined up to 50% of his match fees for a Level 1 offence under Article 2.8 of the IPL’s Code of Conduct, which prohibits “showing dissent at an umpire’s decision.”

According to an IPL press release, Curran admitted to the offence and even accepted the match referee’s sanction. It is worth noting that Article 2.8 of the IPL Code of Conduct includes “(a) excessive, obvious disappointment with an Umpire’s decision; (b) an obvious delay in resuming play or leaving the wicket; (c) shaking the head; and (d) pointing or looking at the inside edge when given out LBW.”

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RCB and PBKS continue to struggle in IPL 2024

Speaking of Royal Challengers Bengaluru, the team has struggled thus far in the ongoing IPL (Indian Premier League). After eight games in the tournament, RCB has only won one and lost the remaining eight.

Their performances have pushed them down to tenth place in the standings, with only two points from eight matches. Punjab Kings, on the other hand, have met a similar fate to RCB. With eight games played, the Punjab Kings have only won two and lost six.

These performances put them in ninth place in the standings with four points. Whereas RCB’s playoff qualification is out of reach, PBKS remains optimistic, as certain scenarios could still guarantee them a spot in the playoffs.

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